Of the 4.5 million Syrians who have fled their nation’s bloody civil war, fewer than 3,000 have made it to America. This is one family’s story.
The author ponders the dissolution of his own marriage, and others.
After Brooke Melton died in a car crash, her parents approached attorney Lance Cooper to investigate. What he found in her 2005 Chevy Cobalt would lead to GM’s 30 million-vehicle recall.
The sheriff of Putnam County, Georgia, finally meets a case he can’t solve.
A refugee survives the Rwandan genocide and finds a future in Atlanta.
A father who brought his daughter to a ballgame and the fallout from a foul ball.
A pastor-turned-banker fakes his own death after allegedly embezzling millions and defrauding investors.
In North Georgia, two men feud over a quarter-mile property line.
Throughout their troubled lives, identical twins William and Chris Cormier shared a preternatural bond. Then the body of a Florida journalist ended up in their backyard.
At various points, Thomas Mitchell was a novelist, an attorney, a scientist, a Hollywood dealmaker and a CIA higher-up. He was also a con man.
Darren Lumar lived in mansions he didn’t own, ran companies that didn’t make a dime, went to colleges that didn’t exist and slept with “any number of women” despite being married to James Brown’s daughter. When he was murdered, the cops had a problem: too many possible suspects.